Circa 1850 Conoho Masonic Lodge has been lovingly converted to a family residence. This two-story Greek Revival style Masonic Hall is a piece of history. Not only did this building serve as a meeting hall for Masons during the civil war, it was also home to the Sons of Temperance. Hamilton is nestled along the picturesque Roanoke River in historic Martin County NC, with easy access to Greenville, and major interstate highways. With a large gathering room on the main level converted into a kitchen, with an island with granite counter and dishwasher, living area, and bar area, with a full bath and clawfoot bathtub. At the rear is a back door leading to an elevated deck, fenced back yard, and separate storage shed. The living area is spacious and inviting with its high bead-board ceiling, large windows, and beautiful heart pine floors. It could be formal or cozy either way, you will relax and feel right at home be it with your morning coffee or afternoon cocktail. Upstairs is a mirror of the downstairs space that have been reconfigured to be a large bedroom, with a second-floor bathroom. Civil War writings are preserved on the walls in the stairwell. There are separate heating and cooling units for each floor. This home was recently updated, painted and termite inspected making it ”move in ready,” for a home, a quiet get-a-way, Airbnb, or for most any purpose that works for you and your lifestyle. The lodge is protected with deeded covenants with the Historic Hamilton Commission and is eligible for historic tax credits through the US Parks Service. Do not wait another minute call today to schedule a showing.
Updated on May 9, 2022 at 1:39 pm